Allergies suck. Hay fever makes spring and summer a nightmare with itchy and streaming eyes and irritated noses. Allergies to pets are inconvenient are best. Food allergies make eating out a nightmare. Help is at hand. Not in the form of medication, but in allergy-friendly apps.
1. Allergy Alert
One of the best apps for an environmental allergy is definitely Allergy Alert. It is a free to download app that displays a large number of really accurate forecast for things like pollen count and UV radiation, so if you are somebody who is susceptible to hay fever or severe sunburn, then consulting this app for a full 5-day forecast can be really helpful in terms of planning days out with friends or family.